The 2003 M.R. Bauer Foundation
Colloquium Series, Distinguished Lecturer Series and Scientific Retreat
The M.R. Bauer Colloquium Series
"Molecular Biology of Pheromone Detection in Mammals: From Genes to Behavior"
New York University
"Decisions Uncertainty and the Brain"
"The Cortical Control of Movement"
University of Alberta
"Our Growing Appreciation of the Control Mechanism Underlying Animal Movement"
The Hebrew University, Israel
"Excitation-Inhibition Balance: The Search for Functional Principles of Cortical Networks"
University of Texas Houston Medical School
"Constraints on Neuronal Signaling through the Calmodulin and CaM-kinase II Pathways
Based on Three-Dimensional Structural Analysis and Live Cell Imaging"
The M.R. Bauer Distinguished Guest Lecturer Series
Michael Bate, Ph.D.
University of Cambridge, UK
"The Development of Neural Circuits and Behavior in the Embryo of Drosophila"
Rüdiger Wehner, Ph.D.
University of Zürich
"Ant Navigation: Mini Brains-Mega Tasks-Smart Solutions"
The 2003 Volen National Center for Complex
New England Aquarium
March 3, 2003
Eve Marder, Ph.D.
"The Balance between Stability and Plasticity in the Neuromodulation and Growth of Neural Circuits"
Tim Hickey, Ph.D.
"Exploring Complex Non-Linear Systems Using Interval Arithmetic Constraints"
Malenka, M.D., Ph.D.
"Synaptic PlasticityThe Brain's Response to Experience"
"Neurophysiology of Navigational Spatial Memory"
Xiao-Jing Wang, Ph.D.
"Cortical Microcircuits of Working Memory and Decision-Making"